Excerpt from Paul Barden’s ‘Glowing Amber’ review on his web site :"Old Garden Roses and Beyond" http://www.rdrop.com/%7Epaul/..............................................I'm not a big fan of roses grown for cut flowers, but whenever I get a big flush of bloom on my 'Glowing Amber's, I inevitably cut a dozen to place on my desk, and they are truly living jewels when displayed in a small vase.This is a very easy rose to grow, and it has excellent vigour when grown in either a greenhouse or in the garden. Disease resistance is also very good, but like all Miniatures it will benefit from fungicides during wet weather in order to keep away Blackspot. I find that the more you feed this rose, the more growth and bloom you will get; it appreciates regular balanced feedings and will reward you with loads of these rich two-toned blooms. No matter how you wish to use this rose, either for exhibition or just to brighten up a pot on the patio or the front of the border, you can't beat this gem. A number of nurseries are now carrying 'Glowing Amber', fortunately, so its not as difficult to find as it was a few years ago. ARS merit rating: 8.0Personal merit rating: 9.0 , Photo credit : Paul Barden
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